Wrath Of Killenstein
Evil meniacal metal of horror.
St.7000 Video review from FEARNET's Gregory Burkart:
Back in October, we premiered the video for “Ugly” by extreme horror metal unit Wrath of Killenstein, from their dark and heavy EP of the same name , one of our favorite horror music releases of last year. As we eagerly await their upcoming full-length album, the band has offered a little something to hold us over in the form of a new single and video, “St. 7000.”
The track comes with even more sinister cinematic accompaniment than its predecessor, drawing inspiration from occult-themed horror and exploitation flicks from the '60s and '70s (also look for homages to the “spider-walk” and “Captain Howdy” scenes from The Exorcist), which play perfectly into the band's blend of gothic atmosphere, kinky occult theatrics and blistering metal, this time set to an ominous death-waltz beat.
The clip features a guest appearance by artist & model Ave Rose (who also provides the song's backing vocals), and frontman Killenstein plays Satan himself, of course.
St 7000 4:540:00 / 4:54